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Posted in: Powerful tornadoes kill at least 78 in five U.S. states See in context

If this destructive storm turns out to be a single entity, it will become the longest path of a single tornado in U.S. history, as well as the first so-called quad-tornado, meaning it swept through four states — northeast Arkansas, southeast Missouri, northwest Tennessee and western Kentucky,  Stay safe People!

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Posted in: Japan's military, among world's strongest, looks to build See in context

@Peter14: Any army group equipped with main battle tanks has a decided advantage over a simple Infantry force.

Have you heard of the Taliban?

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Posted in: Nikkei plunges on concerns over new COVID-19 variant See in context

Here we go again. The wealthy nations had a chance to vaccinate populations who were most vulnerable to the disease, those poor nations who would most likely incubate the virus to new mutations... the horse has bolted.

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Posted in: Walking the dog See in context

More of a cycle, footpath, atop a river embankment, maybe the Tama River? For me, evokes coming darker, colder days. The clothes she is wearing, the (unnecessary) jacket for the dog, the long angled shadows in sepia light.

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Posted in: Japan's Go To Travel subsidy program to resume possibly in February See in context

@sf2k. The sentence would need the indefinite article or the plural of supermarket to be grammatically correct. D -

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Posted in: Uniqlo outfits might become Saitama high school’s official uniforms See in context

The there's the buy the ランドセル (randoseru) rip off for elementary school.

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Posted in: Save your feet in the rain with these portable, lightweight shoe covers See in context

More plastic.

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Posted in: Survivor window closing in Atami landslide; 24 unaccounted for See in context

Now on TBS: The land where the collapse began was not natural but waste fill that was then sold as an investment.

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Posted in: Survivor window closing in Atami landslide; 24 unaccounted for See in context

UKUK is right, some of the structures you see that serve as homes are very basic. Govt needs to support lower income people with better homes. Tin on wooden frames isn't going to hack it.

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Posted in: New coronavirus cases in Tokyo soar to 2,447; nationwide tally 7,570 See in context

Mindo takai ne. LOL. Human after all. Wear YOUR mask.

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Posted in: Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit and Trump bid to overturn election loss See in context

LOL. What a loser. Seriously, give it up, it’s embarrassing. The law trumps all!

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Posted in: Strict, six-day coronavirus lockdown begins in Australian state See in context

All going to the bottle shops and not a mask in sight. DoH!

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

@Johnson, you obviously don’t understand why Trump happened, or why Brexit is here. Neo-liberalism has caused havoc and people have had enough. Regionalism is the way. Not globalism.

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Posted in: Poll watchers emerge as a flashpoint in battle over ballots See in context

The incredible thing is that -- for example -- Wisconsin and Pennsylvania GOP legislators ordered officials not to count postal votes before election day. So, GOP legislators said the votes mustn't be counted before the election. And then the president says they mustn't be counted after the election. As usual they rely on their supporters not to grasp this fact and to fight for it.

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Posted in: Court upholds state border closings in Australia See in context


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Posted in: Trump claims election being 'stolen' from him See in context

The count goes on. Why? Voters decide elections, NOT candidates. The Senate is now OPEN for the take! NEVER count your chickens before they roost. Count every legal vote.

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Posted in: Trump claims election being 'stolen' from him See in context

Evoke and execute the 25th. NOW. This loser is going to get people killed. He is inciting violence.

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Posted in: Trump no fan of Sacha Baron Cohen See in context

P.S. Listen to what Pence says about C19. THAT didn’t age well.

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Posted in: Trump no fan of Sacha Baron Cohen See in context

Push them further Sacha. Cut right through their sensibilities and expose their prejudices. Top draw. Rudy is rude and needs talking to by the police. That was a long, “shirt tuck in”. HE is disgusting.

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Posted in: Top-seeded Pliskova loses in 2nd round at U.S. Open; Osaka, Djokovic advance See in context

Naomi looks fantastic there. Love the sports gear. To the final!

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Posted in: Japan considers offering COVID-19 vaccines for free to all residents See in context

What vaccine???? The one in the future (maybe), that has been created, trialed and... well, you get the picture. There is NO long term effective vaccine against ANY corona virus.

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Posted in: Japan on alert as 2 powerful typhoons approach See in context

Looking like it could become what Sept delivered in 2018. Typhoon Trami (#24 ) ferocious. BE prepped NOW.

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Posted in: Strong typhoon sweeps over Japan's southernmost islands See in context

Typhoon 9 is a serious and dangerous category 4 typhoon.

It passed by the main island with winds of up to 54m/s, they are extremely dangerous winds and they are still blowing hard. The majority of homes in Okinawa are made from RCB or concrete blocks. Traditional homes are very low and have stone walls around them, however, over the last decade or so there are certainly more wooden homes being built. A really bad idea, no matter how “advanced” the build is. You’re opening yourself and others up to disaster. The climate “loves” wood here, and two storey -- or more! -- wooden homes -- with eaves!! -- will be damaged or totally destroyed in Cat 3 and above typhoons. That debris then becomes airborne and then causes mayhem all over the place.

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Posted in: Takeda sells drugs subsidiary to U.S. Blackstone fund See in context

Big Pharma needs breaking apart. ASAP.

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Posted in: Over 2 mil people used Japan's travel subsidy campaign in 1st month See in context

Mass tourism is over. That is a good thing. The planet simply could not take it! No way was it sustainable. Work in the tourist industry? Rethink, reinvent, repurpose yourself ASAP.

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Posted in: Are you OK with wearing a mask when you are out and about as a measure to protect yourself against the coronavirus? See in context

“OK with it or not” DO IT! Selfish idiots! WEAR A MASK.

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Posted in: Fuji TV says cyberbullying of 'Terrace House' star unforeseen See in context

TBS now using the TEPCO Excuse. Don’t let them get away with it. MASSES of data and examples world wide that demonstrates this is a problem with reality TV.

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Posted in: 5 famous foods you’ll find in Okinawa See in context

Okinawan cuisine is great. Love the umibudo. @That person, “infested with bugs”?? you should stay of the raw sort and cook it. @Bass4Funk, it's a fruit, you’ve been eating the wrong thing!

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Posted in: Japan to lift virus ban on re-entry of some foreign residents from Aug 5 See in context

I don’t understand why any of the above posts are championing this “change", it is still extremely discriminatory of those who live and work here, pay taxes, have families but are NOT Japanese. If anything, it’s made it even more difficult.

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Posted in: ACCJ urges Japan to end 'double standard' re-entry rules See in context

People, write to your home countries’ media outlets. Tell them what’s going on, ask them to report it. You may be surprised and we may get some equal treatment!

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